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are the jobs? so the president has gone to india to tell people -- indiana to tell people that they are one of the states that will be getting quite a bit of the stimulus monday, that there will çbe incentives available for te building of batteries and battery-powered cars. that is what he is there to say. that part of the country is suffering heavily. unemployment in the area is near 20%, just about double the rest of the country. as we prepare for his remarks, let us go to our white house correspondent. mike emanuel, what else do we expect to hear from the president? >> president obama is bringing great news to the country -- company. they will begin a $39 million grant work on manufacturing electric trucks. that means when the company is fully manufacturing them, it will be able to create more jobs in the area. the company manufactures rv's. obviously, that industry took a huge hit when gasoline prices shot up, and the recession hit hard. the company had to let go a lot of people, manufacturers went out of business, and then navistar came in, but the area is still suffering from unempl
of people, people from india, for example. >> that's probably the biggest town hashlgs but when you have people from around the world, log on to twitter or facebook or cnn.com, that is a the biggest town hall you can have and the biggest conversation. are you hearing anything from the administration? >> well, they have all our e-mails but we haven't heard back. i have friend, by the way, in the administration. >> and they're aware of if. >> they are aware of it. they do follow it. there isn't anything by the way, insidious about it. they have their view about how to do health care. but they do acknowledge there are difference of opinion. >> overall, as pie said, i talked to you guys about this, when the media comes out and they see like signs or screaming or yelling or someone with a gun, that's what the pictures are going to be and ultimately it distracts from the real issue on this. online is a way really to get past all of that and to get people's real concerns about what is going on. do you think that there are great ideas that are coming from the social media that we are not hearing
will not tone it down we are miracle whip >>> tsunami warnings have been lifted in india and japan after two strong earthquakes at sea. one of them was just south of tokyo bay. another even stronger quake hitting off the case of india. japanese authorities shut down two nuclear reactors and bullet train service as a precaution number major damage or serious injuries have been reported. nnchts new york city, divers have found the body and wreckage of a small plane at the bottom of the hudson river. that is the plane that collided with a sight seeing helicopter on saturday resulting in nine deaths. divers say the body is pinned in the wreckage. authorities hope to lift the plane from the water later today. meanwhile in, capitol hill, house leaders are scrapping plans to spend $330 million on new high end jets for senior officials. instead, they're asking for only $220 million to replace a handful of older jets that they say have safety and maintenance issues. now back to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." south carolina governor mark sanford may have more trouble right now. associated
. >>> and in india heavy rain triggered a landslide that buried three remote villages and killed 43 people. police and volunteers have been digging through tangled mud, rock and tree branches to try to find victims. so far they have pulled 20 bodies from under the heavy depre. >>> now, the forecast certified baltimore's most accurate by weather rate, and maryland's most powerful.com radar. >> wyatt every heart here to talk about the weather and everybody is talking about how hot it has been out there. >> that has been the big boost. thundershowers this afternoon in eastern maryland. that's all gone for the most part, we're watching even more heat coming out of the south and just a steam behalf on the way tomorrow. >> could we see some storm clouds pop up this afternoon. >> i think the best chance coming tuesday afternoon, evening, when we finally get a cool front coming in which we'll be waiving and ushering but let's take a look at what we are seeing outside tonight. >>> a gorgeous night visually but sticky. relative humidity up to 74%. temperature 75, no wind. boy that makes it field a little mo
. this doesn't do anything to regulate the emissions in china, india or other countries so why uni unilaterally disarm our own economy without doing other things. host: we could cut way back and china and india could step up and we could have the same amount of global warming only putting american manufacturers at disadvantage. it is going -- >> more jobs there and less here. host: they are considering some sort of modified proposal on capitol that would maybe not focus on cap and trade so much as focusing on pushing people to find more renewable energy sources like wind and solar. we will see if they come up with a compromise. thanks for being here. >> thank you. appreciate it. bill: i wish i were anywhere but here file will is this. that plane should be flying, folks, not bobbing in the water. megyn: hitting the stores, spending cash. new retail numbers in. the news is not god. what does it mean for the supposed economic recovery? they say the recession is over. ♪ ♪ i'm cool like that, i'm cool like that ♪ ♪ i'm cool like that [ female announcer ] there's a smarter, cooler way to g
its emissions an china and india aren't, that they can opt out of the legislation. bret. bret: steve brown live in des moines. thanks. a civilian employee from fort louis army base in washington is at the center of a case over constitutional rights of speech and free assembly over over the government's concern over a group that engamed in civil disobedience. correspondent dan springer picked up the story r >> as anti-war groups tried to block this shipment of military equipment from ports in washington state to iraq and afghanistan, they had no idea a spy had infiltrated the ranks. now they are building a case against the man they knew as peace activist john cake could be, who is, in fact, john towery, a civilian army employee assigned to protection division at port arthur, washington. >> i sense a sense of betrayal. i felt like i lost a friend, and in reality, i did. >> the port militarization e assistance, or p.m.r. claims towery, a member of the group for two years and manages an e-mail list was illegally reporting and monitoring activities to police. the group broke his cover thr
in determining someone's gender. for example, the runner from india that they had cited, she has what we believe is androgen insensitivity syndrome, someone who has male chromosomes but their testosterone receptors do not work. they have testosterone but their body doesn't know that it's there. >> if you have xy chromosomes i thought that made you a man and if you have x xx you're a woman. but it is not that simple either. >> it is not that simple. it is much more complicated. the gene and the genitals and the hormones that are in your body and the identity in your mind have to be put into a mix together. in a lot of cases -- >> shouldn't racing officials already put up benchmarks? essentially they are now inva invading this person's privacy in the most public way possible. you would think race officials would have determined, all right, you need on the chromosome level you need this. on the hormone level you need this. it is amazing to me they are just now saying let's test and try to figure it out. >> i agree with you. i think if we are going to start invading people's privacy and questioning
formula. >> sean, let me add something on this. this is, you know, in china and india, and brazil, they're building water infrastructure projects. in california, not only are we not building projects here, we are taking the projects we have and they are shut off they are starving this valley of water. >> we would like to have the same consideration that they have for the plants they're building in iraq. for crying out loud they are getting water projects. here in this valley, look we have no other recourse. we want to thank you a lot, sean. nobody has pointed their eye on this problem. to us there is a lot -- we understand that the president has serious problems with health care and all these things. to us this is our livelihood. >> all you got to do is turn the pumps on. [cheers] sean: i don't know if anybody can hear me out there, you guys. i want to say this to the crowd. the people in this area need jobs. they need their farms. they need the water for their farms the federal government, where is barack obama, where is nancy pelosi, where is harry reid. turn the water on and let the
in india, and an awful lot of the doctors doing it were educated here. >> but does the president have to look beyond the rich for taxes? >> well, yeah. there's just -- the middle class bears the real burden here. that's why the middle class is getting hurt. and what you keep hearing, i take the subway in the morning, and people, everybody talks about what their complaints are. it's new york. and paying taxes is something nobody likes. now, they like the services that taxes pay for, but you have to have the burden -- everybody's going to have to sacrifice, everybody's going to have to reach in their pocket if we're going to have a city and country of the future. >> does he have to reconsider that promise not to raise taxes on the middle class? >> i think we'll see down the road. in the end, the president has to deal with the reality, and some of the things are beyond his control. he makes commitments, and he tries to live up to them, and i think the courage of being able to say, look, the world is different than what i anticipated or what it was before and i'm going to have to face tha
by immigration officials at the newark airport. some angry fans are burning american flags in india while others are marching with posters of shah rukh khan. immigration officials say it was just a routine stop. khan is now downplaying the incident while promoting his new movie boo racial profiling post 9/11. >>> who would possibly -- could possibly beat tiger woods? someone did today in a major tournament, believe it or not. c. that's 8 hours while you wear it, plus an additional 8 hours of relief after you take it off! thermacare® delivers heat that penetrates deep, to relax, soothe and unlock tight muscles. after the heat gets really deep, my muscles do feel loose. even after i took thermacare® off, my back stayed loose for the next day. go to trythermacare.com and get up to 16 hours of pain relief... ...with thermacare® i think i'll go with the basic package. good choice. only meineke lets you choose the brake service that's right for you. and save 50% on pads and shoes. meineke. >>> tiger woods has never lost a major tournament when he was leading at the start of the final round. well, t
india, folks from asia. >> there's an awful lot of those folks, americans who are unemployed. who are in their mid-40s and things like that who are being moved out so these people can move in. >> now let's talk about health care. a little bit of tape of some of the more august liberals from the senate. we have what happened to john dingell this weekend, let's watch a little bit of that, also tom harkin in iowa. these are angry people. now, you're going to new hampshire tomorrow. the president is doing a town hall meeting. what do you think is going to happen in portsmouth, new hampshire? >> i've got my hands on one conservative new hampshire group that is recruiting volunteers to show up. they've been using facebook and other news groups to do that and they're trying to get people there. look, new hampshire, arguably, you know, new england invented the town hall meeting or the modern day town hall meeting. these folks now how to do it. so you have this feeling, i wouldn't be surprised if we see a mob scene on the outside, but i wouldn't be surprised if the white house almost hopes
for understanding. >>> another world record fell today in india. this time it is the coveted record for standing at the top of a ladder while riding a motorbike. the previous record was eight hours. but it should be noted that the record-holder took several breaks. today a dare devil rode for eight hours straight without a break and he stood on a 15-foot ladder the entire time. the record-breaker is a number of the indian military and is part of a motorbike dare devil team. the unit prides itself on taking challenges. they hold at least four world records.
. and into india and japan now are weakening but continue to move into the asian subcontinent across africa. just plain old summertime thunderstorms. for us, overnight tonight, some of those thunderstorms could be around us tomorrow. tomorrow still into the humid flow. i think we will be see a little bit more in the way of cloudiness as a weak weather front moves to our south. as that happens, there will be high pressure to the north so the combination will get us into a more of a northeasterly breeze which will knock the temperature down but also keepous the moist side so that's the reason that we will be seeing, i think, a fair amount of clouds. tomorrow there is a risk of some strong thunderstorms but more to our south. so for this evening, hazy and humid. hot. temperatures about 90 where they are now. dip into the 80s. and humidity not stifling but not refreshing either. fair amount of clouds around tomorrow. so as we go through the day, i think we will start out with temperatures into the 70s and mid 70s by mid morning and a fair am of clouds by late in the afternoon and there could be pop-u
to milk this segment for all this worse. it is very popular in places like india and the middle east and so forth. the question is, how does it taste? how do you get americans to try this? i'd try it. the health benefits are unbelievable. it is low ryan calories, lower in fat, lower in cholesterol, and higher in protein than chicken, beef, or pork. how do get people to try it? the owner of this ranch approached people around the country and made them an offer they cannot refuse. >> several situations where the chef says we cannot sell that. i said, put it on the menu and if you cannot sell it, we will not charge you for it. >> it is much more lean, much more clean. >> you can make it, you can grill it. i found it quite good. jane: this man who is pushing it, what makes him think that american consumers will buy it? >> sometimes on your menu, you will see his name. his name is synonymous with quality in beef and pork. he pioneered the idea of all natural grass fed beef. now he has turned to goats. one reason is sustainability. actually worked together. he has had interest from costco.
ingredient. come in today and connect up to five devices on one 3g connection. now only $99.99 >>> india arie with a soulful message there, with the song "i ham not my hair." what exactly is good hair and why do people pursue it so much? if you have good hair, congratulations. if you don't have good hair, you probably want it and some who do have it anyway, they probably pay for it. it's a huge industry. a $9 billion industry that black people and especially black women support with what chris rock as we've called the hair addiction, i caught up with chris rock. we discuss what exactly is good hair and the message he's trying to send in his new movie. >> what's your definition of good hair? >> relaxed and nice. >> if your hair is relaxed white people are nice. if your hair is nappy they aren't happy. >> what would you define good hair. not the movie. what is actually good hair? >> all hair is good. >> there you go. >> all hair is good. >> she's got good hair. >> as long as it's behaving. >> as long as it's not attacking you. not flesh eating hair. >> some people need work to get to it be
of sweet out there and less sugar getting grown. it doesn't help that india the world's second largest producer suffers from a bad drought. like most economic issues these days, politics is a big part of the recipe. food companies pay higher prices for u.s. sugar because it's artificially high. kept that way for powerful lawmakers supporting the sugar beet and cane sugar farmers. chocolate and cookie makers want president obama to allow them to have more sugars overseas. there is a big debate simmering about that. even whether there is really a shortage of sugar in spite of the high prices. before you go to sugar shock, fearful you won't get hersheys, america won't likely run out of sugar. we don't emergency reserve like we do with the other commodity we crave, oil, but many of producers have stock piles so there is no need to horde the favorite food, though the world futures for the sweet stuff is on a sugar high in the economic times, racing prices for sugar, and like is one temptation most big food firms might have to resist. >> shannon: all right. i have to tell you that the produc
in hindi and nobody who's college educated in india they have a serious condition that they can't afford to treat and being able to buy a ticket and come. that would be more of a phenomenal on the most educated with one very notable exception. maybe at the border there would be people who come across the border to get medical care. there are -- and that would be another example. there are about 400,000 births to say illegal immigrants in the united states each year comprising 1 out of every 10 births in the u.s. what percentage are people who arrive pregnant, women who cross the border or overstay a visa pregnant. it could be a large number, 20,000 and it could cost taxpayers millions and it certainly does but it's hard to get a handle on how big is that is potentially but as robert pointed out, that if you don't verify which is what this new bill considers, that could grow much larger than whatever it is now. >> i would consider the precedent for medical tourism to be quite strong indeed because we've already done this once as a nation or something very similar. in the 1980s and 1990s,
. gobbing infants from the roof of a mosque in india. >> alysin: line? >> clayton: hundreds of babies under the age of two or shaken in the air like that for being dropped off the roof of the b merger got the shrine in western india. despite protests from child's local officials say there are no reports of injuries. steve i would never got to the why. there are 5w's in the news story >> clayton: brings good luck to the child for the rest of their life. she won that one doesn't look like he feels he is lucky speak either need therapy to rest of their lives. >> clayton: the best part is you grow up, you don't know you got dropped off a roof. a jimmy, when you're just a baby we dropped you off the roof of "fox news" building out here beside that's not healthy. let's talk health care reform. it takes a huge step forward on friday. the house fortunate last-minute compromise. joining us from washington is caroline shively. caroline, this book came in very late. a long busy day in the house, right? >> right, the vote did not come down until after 10:00 o'clock. the house commerce committee voted o
, in fact, if you showed woodstock the way they showed india in slum dog millionai millionaire, you would have about the same sanitation. and that's -- you know, that's a bad thing and i've been writing this for years, that, in fact, the future that we were dreaming of and trying to work towards did not consistent of squatting in the mud, taking what you were given. it consisted of something more activist. >> right. and you had -- you talked about, also, how this was one of the least -- one of the more poorly organized rock concerts. >> it was horribly organized. >> and even talked about how all the groups were threatened, saying if you ask for money, we're going to call you out. the who basically said, screw you, give us our money. >> it's funny, because that's been the news break from this story. i wrote that in my biography of the who 20 years ago. but now it's news. but i think what happened at woodstock in the 30th anniversary in 1999 where they were gouged by the promotors, where there was arson, where there was rain, took the sheen off it for a lot of people and i think now people
in this nation. they can go to india or china and have lower wages and have lower costs. what is going to keep them here? >> okay. you've raised two very important questions. on cap and trade, the house of representatives has passed a bill which i agree with you has a lot of problems. but we haven't -- we haven't gotten a bill in the senate and we understand the kinds of concerns you've raised and we're going to take them up and see to it that we do not have the consequences of exporting jobs -- >> representative hodes, i'm going to let you go to the balance of your day. thank you for giving us a little bit of your time this morning for the conversation. if you were to emphasize one point to the president going into his town hall 2 1/2 hours from now, what messages would you most emphasize for him to communicate? >> well, the president hardly needs advice from me. he has proven himself to be a great communicator and i know that his message of lower costs, better care, more choice and putting the people back in control of their health care is going to resonate across this country. we will beat
gandhi in india, he would have gotten nowhere if it hadn't been the soviet union looming in the background and it seems me until we reach a point in which poor people are organized and willing to struggle against the wall street capitalists, we're going to continue to see a roll-back of all the gains of the civil rights and the labor movement. i was hoping you'd comment. >> host: thank you shaun from washington state. >> guest: shaun, i don't think we're in any danger of seeing a roll-back of the civil rights movement. the civil rights movement have transformed america. we have other groups from american indians to latinos, gay rights groups, children's rights groups who have emulated the very legal strategy that thurgood marshall used to transform the laws of america and allow for equality and inclusion. i think what you're talking about is more on an economic basis and the increasing class stratification that we see in the united states today. and i'm reminded -- i remember sitting with thurgood marshall and saying to him, you know, if you were a young man today, going
or fiscal therapy and in india, this is really sweet, six guys massaged my shoulder with warm oil. it was great. and guess what, it worked. >> that's the procedure that worked? >> well, i did it for six weeks and they -- every day they would massage me with warm oil that had herbs and medication in it, right, like a rotisserie chicken or something and, yeah, guess what, i got more movement. >> and how much can you lift it now? >> now, look at that. is that gain or what? i tell you. remarkable. >> you decided to the to have the surgery. >> that's right. i don't need the titanium shoulder. i can get along without it. >> what would you say to americans today who are trying to follow this health care debate? what's the number one lesson you'd say to them? >> all the other countries decided first we're going to cover everybody, anybody who is sick can get to the doctor and then you can design a mechanism to get there. they all did. we're so hung up on the mechanism we keep losing the goal. >> and the goal is to make people healthier to start with? >> yes, the goal is universal coverage
for return to india. leaked ministerial letters revealed. gordon brown's government made the decision after discussions between libya and british petroleum over a multimillion dollar oil exploration deal had hit difficulties. these were resolved soon afterwards. the letters were sent two years ago by jack straw, the justice secretary, to kenny macaskill, his counterpart in scotland, who has been widely criticized for taking the form aldecision to permit megrahi's release." so directly linked to oil exploration in libya by the british government. >> we suggested last week there was a deal, and now we find out that's probably the case here. you know, the next question is what did the u.s. government know? >> exactly. >> when did they know it? how forcefully did they try to get the british government -- >> how is it possible they didn't know? >> let's ask ron. ron brownstein, we all think around the table the u.s. government had to know. the british government had to give us the heads up while they were quietly talking about doing this behind the scenes. is that a safe assumption to make? >> i
and leaving two others critically injured. consider the tom cruise of india but the bollywood star did not get v.i.p. treatment at newark airport in new jersey, he was pulled aside an questioned for nearly two hours when his name came up on a computer alert lirs and immigration officials were required to follow procedures and hold him and he was allowed to leave after the indian embassy intervened. and no word on why his name popped up. check out this video. in a vacation of the friendly persuasion, hundreds of gi-joes parachuted from the sky and descended on kansas city and the 12 inch action figures braved the 42-story jump from the top of the hyatt regency hotel and all part of the international g.i. joe convention to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the toy. those are your headlines. and let's go outside to mike and clayton! >> you have to get out here. [cheers and applause]. >> all those women from new jersey are having a good time in midtown manhattan, from ben and jerry, look whose here, jerry and who is your friend, peter lind. >> he's one of the flavor gurus, and a tie dye kind of gu
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